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Hot & Humid Weather Expected For Monday & Tuesday Across Western & Central Mass

For Tonight: Skies this evening are expected to be clear to partly cloudy. After midnight, however, some low clouds and areas of fog will push into the region on a southerly wind flow. Low temperatures will be near 60 Degrees. Winds will be South at 5 to 10 mph. Monday: Low clouds with areas of fog early in the morning will give way to a mixtue of sunshine and clouds by late morning. During Monday afternoon, I expect a mixture of sunshine and puffy cumulus clouds. It is expected to be hot and humid with high temperatures between 85 and 90 Degrees. Winds will be Southwest at 5 to 10 mph. Tuesday: A ridge of high pressure will be positioned off of the East Coast of the United States and this will set up a southwesterly wind flow over the area. A sunny, hot and humid day is expected with high temperatures between 85 and 90 Degrees. Winds will be South at 10 to 20 mph. Tuesday Night & Wednesday: A frontal boundary is expected to push through the region late Tuesday night and Wednesday morning. Showers and some possible thunderstorms will affect the region between about midnight Tuesday night and midday Wednesday. Increasing sunshine is then expected during Wednesday afternoon. A warm and humid night is expected Tuesday night with low temperatures between 65 and 70 Degrees. High temperatures Wednesday will be between 80 and 85 Degrees with very humid conditions expected during the morning with decreasing humidity anticipated during the afternoon. Thursday & Friday: High pressure builds back into the region for Thursday and Friday. This means that lots of sunshine can be expected on both Thursday and Friday with high temperatures both days between 75 and 80 Degrees along with comfortable humidity levels. Labor Day Weekend Outlook: Comfortable humidity levels with lots of sunshine looks likely for Saturday and next Sunday. High temperatures both days will be near 85 Degrees. Partly sunny looks likely for Labor Day with high temperatures around 85 Degrees. Beyond This, we may really need to watch the weather to our south as there could be tropical troubles brewing near the Bahamas during the first full week of September. A tropical disturbance that I’m currently watching very closely is located over the central Tropical Atlantic. It looks very possible that this tropical system could be a hurricane near the Bahamas by Labor Day. Depending on the entire upper level weather pattern during the first full week of September, this potential tropical system could either be steered out to sea or steered westward into the southeastern United States or even potentially steered up the East Coast of the United States. Obviously for a 8-plus day forecast, a lot can and probably will change and because of this, it’s nothing to be overly concerned about, but instead just something to keep an eye on.

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